Hello, I am a US undergraduate freshman who is intent on practicing general or specialty medicine in Switzerland for a career. What is the least-hassle path for a young US citizen to become a physician in Switzerland? Here are some ideas that I have thought of (though not researched to find out if they are actually possible): 1. Full medical training in US, then permanently move to Switzerland 2. Medical School in US, then permanently move to Switzerland for residency/internship 3. US undergraduate, then permanently move to Switzerland for medical training and life. 4. Transfer undergraduate education to a school in Switzerland as soon as possible. 5. Any of those: moving to an EU nation as a certification/licensure stepping stone, and finally to Switzerland. Can anyone with any even mildly related experience give me some advice? I'm willing to do anything to reach the final goal; I just want to get there with the least hassle. I would also like to raise my family in Switzerland, if that affects the citizen/perm. resident status at all. Searching the forums, I found http://www.swissinfo.org/sen/swissinfo.html?siteSect=511&sid=1673228 , but without any additional detail. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you very much!